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Is the nation-state still important in the contemporary world?

Is the nation-state still important in the contemporary world?

Understanding the nation-state The nation-state is a complex governance structure with a long cultural and historical process of interactions between people, territory and political power. A distinction should be made …

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

A perspective of the Catalonia referendum

A perspective of the Catalonia referendum

Resistance or opportunity for the European Union

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Bilateral Relations of Greece and Malta from 1939 to today

Bilateral Relations of Greece and Malta from 1939 to today

The Mediterranean has, since the dawn of humanity been a hub of controversy, history, progress, and passion. Jade Jagger had once stated that: “I love the Mediterranean for the fact …

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http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2015/12/spanish-politics?fsrc=scn/fb/te/bl/ed/spanishpoliticsspainushersinaneraofcoalitiongovernment

Spanish General Election 2015

Spanish Politics

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Brexit

Is the European Union ready to deal with these new potential economic crises?

How can a potential Brexit and the independence of Catalonia impact EU

Athanasios Vasilopoulos on

Top 10 countries by infrastructure

Top ten countries with the best infrastructure in the world

Six out of the top ten countries are European!

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Manuela Carmena

Manuela Carmena, the New Head of Madrid

How a non-traditional candidate has won over the Spanish capital.

Robin Alves on

 Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and leader of the Spanish Podemos party Pablo Iglesias Turrión

The Rise of the Southern European Left

The Podemos Phenomenon- Crisis, Corruption and Austerity and its Political Fallout

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The Iberian Lynx Roars

Bringing Back the Iberian Lynx

The fight to save one of Europe's endangered species.

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Portugal & Spain - Iberism or Iberian Federalism (Part III)

Portugal & Spain - Iberism or Iberian Federalism (Part III)

Should Portugal and Spain unite in one country?

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

The proposal to increase the territorial waters of Spain and Portugal

Portugal & Spain - the territorial disputes of Olivenza and the Savage Islands (Part II)

Despite EU integration, territorial grievances in Europe still linger on

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

The Iberian Peninsula seen from space

Portugal & Spain - the Iberian brothers [Part I]

Exploring the relations between Portugal and Spain - from a Portuguese point of view

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Unemployment is spread unevenly throughout Europe

Infographic: Unemployment in Europe

The European Union is experiencing an Unemployment Crisis

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this infographic made by Statista (statista.com) shows that trust sinks in Southern Europe

Trust in Southern European Governments Sinks

Southern Europeans don't trust their politicians

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Infographic revealing the share of foreigners in EU countries in 2012.

Foreigners in the EU

Luxembourg has the most foreigners per capita in Europe

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Map of the Stateless Nations in Europe according to Eurominority.eu

Guide to the 2014 Catalan Independence Referendum

Catalonia is hosting a referendum on the 9 November. Here is a brief description of the history, current situation, key players & prospects for Catalonia, Spain & Europe.

Mark Hau on

Abortion laws in Europe

Abortion in Europe after withdrawal in Spain: What is the position of the European Union?

Abortion is a sensitive subject in Spain

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Europe's Busiest Psychiatrists. This infographic has been made by Statista (statista.com)

Portugal Has the EU’s Busiest Psychiatrists

Portugal, Spain and Malta are the European countries where people receive the most psychiatric treatments.

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Catalonia has one of the most prominent separatist movements in Europe.

How not to deal with separatist movements: “The Catalan Example”

Part One in a series on separatist issues in Europe

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A Coruña - balconies

Galicia has many success stories to offer

Galicia, an autonomous community in the northwestern part of Spain, is not connected with Galicia located in Poland and Ukraine.

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Gazpacho de eñes

Why not Castilian?

There is a big controversy on whether to use the term "Castilian", or "Spanish"

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Pablo Iglesias

European Elections in Spain

The entry of the "Podemos" party with 5 seats is the great revelation of these European elections. This party becomes the fourth-largest political group behind the United-Left and appears like a signal towards the Socialist Party and the People’s Party.

Robin Alves on

The bathing water seems to be pretty good in Europe, but in some countries it is cleaner than in others.

Infographic: Which European Country has the cleaner coastal water

This is a study about the coastal bathing water in EU

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Classical Liberal Flemish Students' Association

Classical Liberal Flemish Students' Association

Strong liberal movement in Belgium set up by LVSV, Classical Liberal Flemish Students' Association

Natalia Ghincul on

Mais non? Is French the silliest European accent?

Mais non? Is French the silliest European accent?

Mais non. Aber nein. Det passer ikke. Surely not. These are just some of the reactions you would likely encounter in a discussion of the best / worst / funniest / silliest accents found in Europe.

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The invasion of the Portuguese delegation on China

The invasion of the Portuguese delegation on China

Portugal and China tightens its relations

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Survey: are Europeans affected by corruption?

Survey: are Europeans affected by corruption?

Spain and Greece are the most corrupted countries in Europe, while Denmark is the least

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About the Voting Guide: AEGEE

About the Voting Guide: AEGEE

The guide is made by young people for young people – voters, and it is aimed at raising their knowledge on different aspects of the EU.

Diana Ondža on

Summer is slowly taking over!

Summer is slowly taking over!

Summer is slowly taking over

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Grey areas of democracy: when law and order push the limits

Grey areas of democracy: when law and order push the limits

The recurrent cases of immigrant parents losing the custody over their children raised questions of civil rights and democracy.

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